US allies got what they deserved: new riots break out in Syria

Dissatisfaction with the arbitrariness that continues to be observed by the US allies, led to numerous riots in the vast territory of Syria.

The arbitrariness and cruelty of the US allies from the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) led to the fact that the local population, which turned out to be in the territories controlled by the American allies, began to openly express their displeasure and support for Damascus. As a result, according to the Arab information portal Muraselon, numerous new riots are breaking out in Syria, as a result of which the US allies sometimes get what they deserve.

It is reported that in the Syrian provinces of Deir ez-Zor and Rakka, local people are beginning to write on the walls of buildings inscriptions in support of the Assad government, as well as to hang out the government flags of Syria. Thus, it is reported that in the Kadiran settlement, similar activities of local residents led to arrests, which in response to the riot of the local residents were organized by SDF fighters. However, such an outcome of such anti-American activities did not have this effect and a similar situation repeated in the village of Mahimidia.

“The SDF also put its militants on alert in the village of Sveidan, as tensions with the residents increased,” the source said.

However, the Syrians there are not limited to banal riots and are beginning to use improvised explosive devices (IEDs) to attack the Kurdish SDF fighters. A striking example of this was the recent incident that occurred in the north of Deir-ez-Zor, where two Kurdish militants were killed as a result of an IED exploded.

It is also reported that the population of Raqqi also begins to rebel, where, when mass protests were suppressed, in Damascus and against the tyranny of the US allies, the militants were surrounded, and then 10 activists were arrested. In the same city, there are also facts of attacks on SDF fighters committed by unknown persons.

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